Mo. veterinary school's remote cancer center gives pets, owners more time

08/12/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The University of Missouri-Columbia College of Veterinary Medicine opened a cancer treatment clinic in Wentzville, Mo., in 2011, and people are flocking to the clinic with their pets for radiation treatment. Veterinarian Julie Wentz, the director of Mizzou Animal Cancer Care, says the treatments often improve the patient's quality of life, make them much more comfortable and give owners the time they need to say goodbye.

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